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Traditional Remodel and Addition in Hillsborough

Laundry Room, Powder Room, Living Room, Kitchen, and Dining Remodel. Screened Deck, Master Ensuite and Gym Addition

The homeowners initially hoped to expand the footprint of their home to include a first-floor primary bedroom and ensuite, a screened deck, and a newly redesigned kitchen and dining room. After months of design development and building, we ultimately ended up touching every room on the first floor of their home. Our final scope included a remodeled laundry room, mudroom, powder room, living room, dining room, and kitchen as well as the new primary first- floor bedroom, ensuite, screened deck, and exercise room. We updated the roof, siding, all windows, and doors as well as created a custom trim package that included an updated stair design and new profiles throughout. design and new profiles throughout.

Style: Traditional Project Specs
  • Exterior Paint
    • Alabaster Siding
    • Iron Ore Trim
  • Kitchen Countertop- Pearl Jasmine
    • Custom Walnut Island Top
  • Kitchen Plumbing- Perrin and Rowe
  • Hood- Custom
  • Lighting (all living spaces)- Visual Comfort
  • Flooring- Mohawk Windridge
  • Bathroom Tub- Cheviot Sandringham Tub
  • Bathroom Plumbing- Signature Hardware Pendleton
  • Lighting (Bedroom/Ensuite)- Visual Comfort
  • Deck- Fiberon
The Process

Our first meeting was spent getting familiar with the homeowners’ needs, wants and style. We then did a full measure of the home and got to work on creating proposals. During our initial redline meeting, we reviewed 2D plans, a 3D model, and concept images. We made updates per the homeowners’ requests and ultimately settled on a final design. It was during this time that the scope expanded massively so it was imperative that all areas were addressed prior to selections. We had a lengthy selections process that included numerous meetings with the homeowners and various vendors. During this time the team was also working to get construction documents done for final review. We wrapped up all design decisions and then moved forward with the build stage of the project.